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'Introduction Part 2', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 7: 1681-1685 (1916), pp. LXVII-LXXXVIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92914 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Introduction Part 2

From 1683–4, Jan. 1, to 1684, Dec. 31.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Forces:
Money out of the Receipt243,50000General officers2,97000
Deduction of 12d. per £ out of pay4,222164King's Troop of Guards and 1 Troop of Grenadiers21,394134
Received out of the revenue of Ireland30,00000Queen's ditto and 1 Troop of ditto20,725184
Duke of York's ditto and 1 Troop of ditto20,634134
King's Royal Regiment of Horse Guards26,462142
King's Royal Regiment of Foot Guards33,72310
Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards17,71370
Queen's Regiment of Foot Guards that came from Tangier under Col. Peircy Kirke (1 colonel, 1 lieut.-colonel, chirurgeon and mate, adjutant, quarter-master, 10 captains, 10 lieutenants, 20 serjeants, 30 corporals, 10 drums, 500 soldiers and 1 Company of Grenadiers consisting of 1 captain, 2 lieutenants, 3 serjeants, 3 corporals, 2 drummers and 50 soldiers)7,744188
Duke of York's Regiment of Foot Guards13,80626
Holland Regiment of Foot Guards12,844193
Duchess of York's Regiment of Foot Guards that came from Tangier under Charles Trelawney (composition like the Queen's Regiment of ditto)7,476120
Scotch Regiment of Foot that came from Tangier under Major Robert Douglas (composed of 20 Companies; colonel, lieut.-colonel, major. chaplain, adjutant, quarter-master, chirurgeon and mate, drum major, piper, 20 captains, 40 lieutenants, 20 ensigns, 60 serjeants, 60 corporals, 40 drummers, 1,000 soldiers and 1 Company of Grenadiers)16,06780
King's Regiment of Dragoons [from Tangier] under John, Lord Churchill (col., lieut.-colonel, major, chaplain, chirurgeon, adjutant, quartermaster and marshal, gunsmith, 2 captains, 2 lieutenants, 2 cornets, 2 quartermaster, 4 serjeants, 6 corporals, 4 drummers, 4 hoboyes, 100 troopers: but increased on their arrival in England to 6 captains, 6 lieutenants, 6 cornets, 6 quartermaster, 12 serjeants 18 corporals, 12 drummers, 12 hoboyes and 300 troopers)11,5101810
A single Troop of Dragoons under Col. William Strother (captain, lieutenant, cornet, quartermaster, 2 serjeants, 2 corporals, 1 drummer, 40 troopers)1,09500
214,170165
Garrisons:
Berwick1,61526
Carlisle1,11968
Chepstow36500
Chester9150
Calshot Castle15526
Guernsey2,211510
Gravesend and Tilbury1,803142
Hull and the blockhouses2,87782
Holy Island109100
Hurst Castle15526
Jersey1,24718
Earl of Jermyn50000
Sir J. Lanier30000
St. Mawes54150
Pendennis84126
Plymouth and St. Nicholas Isle3,111126
Portsmouth8,306172
Scilly1,24718
Scarborough9150
Tynemouth1,61834
Tower of London3,354182
Upnor, Gillingham and Calshot Woods88526
Windsor Castle1,301168
Isle of Wight2,321192
York545126
Yarmouth9150
Gunners in St. James's Park (13 gunners)136176
Lord Colepeper60000
Cinque Ports1,24100
Gunners at Dartmouth (2 in number)54150
38,35428
Contingencies:
Payments by particular warrant2,58217
Sundry contingencies50306
Fire and candle981119
Sir C. Littleton's deductions from his Foot Companies3941510
Royal bounty199102
Medicaments29320
Stationery ware310511
Particular services3,881150
Duke of Monmouth's reformed officers2,122113
Loans to the 5 Companies of Guards from Tangier10672
11,27517
Payments to several Companies of [Tangier] Foot sent to Ireland—Col. Trelawney's2,12888
Col. P. Kirke's1,68640
Payments by immediate warrant3,745120
Accomptant's salary36500
277,722164271,7251010½

Table VII—Ordnance Accounts.

From 1679, June 30, to 1680, June 30.
(Sir G. Wharton, Treasurer and Paymaster.)
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d. l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer115,78916Office salaries5,464100
Sale of decayed stores1,9451410Clerks and artificers2,982163
Annuities2,516126
Day labourers1,91726
Gunners1,29854
Powder, shot, match etc.10,246185
Artificers93,1214
Land and sea extraordinaries8,28419
Constructions, forts etc.21,1055
Small arms4,22418
Ordinary allowances1568
117,73511 151,17719
From 1680, June 30, to 1681, Aug. 12 (the day of Wharton's death).
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d. l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer35,250137Commissioners' salaries2,40000
Voluntary charge (money received from W. Hewer for Tangier Ordnance etc.)14,554171Officers of Ordnance3,289170
Sale of old stores10869Engineers82000
Respited pay5500Clerks1,05000
Artificers29500
Extraordinaries15000
Day labourers etc.2,360121
Additional salaries67760
Wages omitted in previous account805190
Standing carriages and ships' carriages1,71818
Powder, shot etc.4,33315
Rope, tallow etc.2,14713
Wheelwright2,0191910½
Cooper's work9155
Glazier3243
Painter28456
Beds and bedding58428
Stationery99174
Repairing small arms3,111142
Freight84954
Land carriage270151
Salaries (Sheerness etc.)32500
Rewards, bounties3531010
Travelling charges1,161155
Rent of storehouses16363
Constructions, forts etc.20,7649
Interest to French war creditors4,15694
Relating to Tanqier:
Powder, granadoes etc.13,53218
Small armies2,452150
Sundries1,753106
Freight5,104190
Land carriage115174
Travelling charges21781
Rewards10000
23,27716
For the thirty ships:
Gun carriages etc.17,65919
Ordinary allowances1934
49,968175 103,173153
From 1681, Aug. 12, to 1682, June 30.
(Charles Bertie, Treasurer and Paymaster.)
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d. l.s.d.
Ready money out of the Exchequer28,27848Master General and Commissioners1,37500
Interest19458Principal officers2,301120
Clerks967100
Storekeepers etc.1,24050
Money and tallies received of the executors of Sir G. Wharton3,052186Pensions etc.2,47260
Day labourers1,473142
Voluntary charge (old stores, Irish arms)8,450122Gunners727410
Ships' carriages and standing carriages3241111¾
Sundry rewards1,704611
Sundry provisions1,8779
Glaziers' work291310
Stationery79147
Transport and carriage751142
Repairing small arms464191
Reparations to castles and forts3,0604
Interest (French war creditors)2,07848
Travelling charges93981
Rent of storehouse171100
Interest on orders for fortifications at Portsmouth19458
Loan money repaid1,068211
Provisions etc. relating to Tangier636119
Ordinary allowances1568
39,9761023,953164
From 1682, June 30, to 1683, July 1.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Principal officers3,815160
Money out of the Exchequer68,521111Clerks1,01000
Interest382154Storekeepers etc.1,495150
Sale of old stores9,231199Additional allowances2,66260
Day labourers2,90420
Powder17,766194
Shot47190
Small arms2,226175
Ships' carriages and standing carriages305211½
Emptions and provisions3,58019
Artificers and tradesmen3,14111
Reparation of forts24,46852
Sundry disbursements2,9582
Carriage and freight1,30003
Salaries57520
Rewards381176
Interest (French war creditors)2,12262
Travelling charges1,1851210
Provisions sent to Tangier1,7151
Ordinary allowances1568
78,1366274,11611
From 1683, June 30, to 1684, June 30.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Principal officers3,05080
Money out of the Exchequer72,463100Clerks etc.78000
Interest43400Storekeepers etc.1,18926
Pensions etc.1,513130
Voluntary charge (old stores etc.)9,5237Labourers etc.94368
Gunners93146
Powder42,683100
Shot1,15910
Small arms1,704911½
Ships' carriages and standing carriages1,047101
Emptions and provisions2,2367
Artificers and tradesmen2,8471
Reparations of castles and forts12,7957107¾
Sundry disbursements2,1826
Freight and carriage91218
Salaries79767
Rewards521165
Interest on Disbandment Act etc.816154
Rent147100
Travelling charges82057
Provisions sent to Tangier33818
Ordinary allowances1568
82,4201779,43415
From 1684, June 30, to 1685, June 30.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Principal officers4,50000
Money out of the Exchequer54,83933Clerks etc.96000
Sale of old stores8,899169Armourers, storekeepers, engineers, labourers etc5,15476
Arrears of wages etc.2,481138
Powder11,001181
Marking of Ordnance2308
Carriages1,19114
Small arms3,1161610¾
Fireworks for the Queen's birthday682157
Sundry provisions3,36670
Artificers and tradesmen4,007138
Freight and carriage7971211
Sundry disbursements2,48926
Arrears21500
Salaries699116
Rewards1,34097
Reparation to castles and forts10,5731711
Rent50700
Travelling charges1,023811
Ordinary allowances1568
63,7390054,14711

Table VIII—Paymaster of Works.

(Philip Packer.)
From 1679, April 1, to 1681, Mar. 31.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Receipt12,72550Works and repairs at the Tower665310½
Ditto at Whitehall2,3180
Value of provisions out of the stores78149Ditto at St. James's12613
Ditto at Westminster5841711¾
Ditto at Denmark House2147
Ditto at Hampton Court6891410¼
Ditto at Greenwich2264
Ditto at Newmarket2443
Officers of Works, salaries1,644410
Travelling charges5276
Rewards and allowances112100
Paving at the Mews12574
Repairs at the Mews3565
Erecting a Court of Judicature for the trial of the Roman Catholic Lords4453
Repairs at the Parliament Office145167
Repairs at Audley End32714
Ordinary allowances200
12,8031998,115176
From 1680, April 1, to 1681, Mar. 31.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Receipt3,861157Works and repairs at the Tower3317
Ditto at Whitehall2,49306
Value of provisions out of the stores381111Ditto at St. James's250100
Ditto at Westminster2921410¾
Ditto at Denmark House2630
Ditto at Hampton Court4347
Ditto at Greenwich11429
Ditto at Newmarket2265
Officers of Works and salaries1,61225
Works at Audley End27872
Fitting up the schools at Oxford for both Houses of Parliament198176
Repairs at the Mews327810
Paving359144
Making the oratory in the Duchess of York's lodgings in St. James's21914
Repairing the Court of Judicature in Westminster Hall for the trial of the Earl of Stafford478
Keeping Royal Gardens.1,85000
Ordinary allowances6200
3,900769,0331110
From 1681, April 1, to 1682, Mar. 31.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer8,42896Works and repairs at the Tower6896
Ditto at Whitehall2,159100
Value of provisions out of the stores13986Ditto at St. James's18610
Ditto at Westminster1767
Ditto at Denmark House28012
Ditto at Hampton Court53510
Ditto at Greenwich1947
Ditto at Newmarket42440
Officers of the Works, salaries1,62704
Sundry works at Whitehall1415
New buildings at the Tower4276
Repairs at Westminster Hall8986
Ditto at Denmark House stairs184311½
Ditto at the Mews4021711
Ditto at Audley End4555
Paving22117
Repairs at the King's bathing room157160
Keeping Royal Gardens.1,075127
Alterations at Whitehall726
Repairs of bridges55170
Repairs at St. James's and Hampton Court18964
Ordinary allowances200
8,5671808,9966
From 1682, April 1, to 1683, Mar. 31.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer11,366137Works and repairs at the Tower20178
Ditto at Whitehall1,775611½
Value of provisions out of the stores374121Ditto at St. James's2869
Ditto at Westminster531310¾
Ditto at Denmark House15510
Ditto at Hampton Court62210
Ditto at Greenwich1653
Ditto at Newmarket39811
Ditto at Audley End30212
Officers of the Works, salaries1,571122
Paving3281
Works at the Cockpit46711½
New buildings at Whitehall5,48619
Repairing bridges88177
Repairs at Hampton Court4000
Survey at Winchester1825
Involving Prince Rupert's corpse in lead62158
Ordinary allowances6200
11,7415811,5752
From 1683, April 1, to 1684, Mar. 25.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer6,8138Works and repairs at the Tower1660
Ditto at Whitehall2,05216
Value of provisions out of the stores060Ditto at St. James's29214
Ditto at Westminster3911
Ditto at Denmark House19912
Ditto at Hampton Court3884
Ditto at Greenwich22218
Ditto at Newmarket2170
Ditto at Audley End22517
Ditto at the Mews5959
Officers of Works, salaries1,55063
Extraordinaries356110
Works at the Council Chamber70150
Unpaid tally1,00000
Works at Greenwich, 1665–16729,15710
Ordinary allowances3200
6,8131416,56771
From 1684, Mar. 31, to 1685, April 1.
INCOME.EXPENDITURE.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer6,40240Works and repairs at the Tower3713
Ditto at Whitehall2,0845
Value of provisions out of the stores2666Ditto at St. James's304174
Ditto at Westminster382
Ditto at Denmark House1736
Ditto at Hampton Court423127
Ditto at Greenwich22308
Ditto at Newmarket2807
Ditto at Audley End199193
Officers of Works, salaries1,077103
Interest3,34017
Paving41856
Works on Charles II's tomb at Westminster682
Works at Westminster for the Coronation40384
Works at the Mews478191
Works at the Chamberlain's lodging1580
Charges of fitting up Denmark House for the Queen Dowager1,9337
Works for the Coronation1,258133
Paving701410¼
Works in the Mews64715
Fitting up Lord Ossulston's house for the Venetian Ambassador.11522
A large coffin for Edward the Confessor's body930
Works in Royal Gardens at St. James's400174
Keeping Royal Gardens.3,06840
Works in the Duke of Monmouth's stables498
Erecting Court of Judicature at Westminster Hall for trial of Lord Delamere3039
Several works at St. James's1437
Posts and rails in St. James's Park11568
Engines in St. James's Park9216
Plantations in Royal Gardens1,01510
Surplusages of accounts for St. James's Park wall, Richmond Park wall and Winchester building4,2591010
Ordinary allowances5200
Exchequer fees60000
6,42810624,5022

Table IX—Cofferer of the Household.

(Henry Brouncker.)
1679, Sept. 30, to 1680, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer29,00000Diet expenses of the Household and Stables42,623181/8
Extraneous receipts4000Wages3,42178
Sales of provisions23215Writing of this accompt2100
Auditor's fee3000
Daily alms219120
Payments by royal warrant61273
Annuities and pensions.880143
Divers creditors7,8349
Purchase of horses20800
29,2721555,85197 1/8
1680, Sept. 30, to 1681, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer41,30000Diet of the Household and Stables43,11815
Sales of provisions17065Wages3,46840
Writing of this account2100
Auditor's fee3000
Daily alms21900
Payments by royal warrant90368
Annuities and pensions941193
Divers creditors11,581134
Purchase of horses12800
41,4706560,41119
1681, Sept. 30, to 1682, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer57,000153Diet of Household and Stables43,5531973¾
Extraneous receipts9118Wages3,435144
Sales of provisions98122Writing of this accompt2100
Auditor's fee3000
Daily alms21900
Payments by royal warrant1,07318
Annuities and pensions890198
Divers creditors13,4062
Purchase of horses12800
57,191662,757175
1682, Sept. 30, to 1683, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer59,817193Diet of Household and Stables42,8647
Sales of provisions119110Wages3,41604
Extraneous receipts47160Writing of this accompt2100
Auditor's fee3000
Daily alms21900
Payments by royal warrant1,02470
Annuities and pensions93743
Divers creditors11,4156
Purchase of horses21400
59,9856360,141510½
1683, Sept. 30, to 1684, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer56,30000Diet of Household and Stables44,612127 1/8
Sale of provisions62140Wages3,430150
Writing of this accompt2100
Auditor's fee3000
Daily alms219120
Payments by royal warrant1,28934
Annuities and pensions1,27320
Divers creditors10,83710
Purchase of horses15419
56,36214061,867131/8
1684, Sept. 30, to 1685, June 30.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Money out of the Exchequer99,7951Diet of Household and Stables30,29578
Sales of provisions952Wages2,577710
ExtraneousWriting of this account2100
Auditor's fee3000
Daily alms163160
Payments by royal warrant1,067184
Annuities and pensions832180
Divers creditors8,00614
Purchase of horses6400
100,4991843,0592

Table X—Treasurer of the Chamber.

(Edward Griffin.)
1679, Sept. 29, to 1680, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
King's alms194150
Money out of the Exchequer12,033113Rewards and largess13868
Clerk of the Closet800
Serjeant of the Vestry3000
King's musicians: Violins544136
Wind81811½
Lutes virginals and other private music277110½
King and Queen's footmen1,08500
Child riders7199
Falconers206710
Huntsmen of the Privy Buckhounds790121/8
Yeomen of the Bows926
Yeoman Usher of the House of Peers54150
Officers of the Jewel House7992
Ditto Removing Wardrobe of Beds203150
Ditto bears, bulls and mastives90
Apothecary2250
Clockmaker39168
Ratkiller926
Nurseryman and pond keeper3000
Waiters on the King's robes4500
Messengers of the Chamber5000
Grooms of the King's Chamber14600
Ditto Queen's Chamber10076
Gentlemen Ushers, Daily Waiters, Quarter Waiters, Yeomen Ushers, Yeomen Hangers etc. attending the King24000
Ditto attending the Queen11326
Annuities and pensions21000
Watermen9326
Messengers of the Chamber9604
Guard of the Body5,55000
Payments on warrants signed by the King, Privy Council or Secretaries of State55519
Ditto signed by Lord Chamberlain5180
Ordinary allowances126134
12,03311312,152121/8
1680, Sept. 29, to 1681, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
King's alms19635
Money out of the Exchequer14,6388Closet keeper00
Serjeant of the Vestry3000
Musicians:
Violins496176
Wind583
Lutes etc.1701711
Trumpeters6000
King's and Queen's footmen47000
Falconers2805
Huntsmen of the Privy Buckhounds1,134131/8
Yeomen of the Bows926
Yeoman Usher of the House of Peers109100
Officers of the Jewels and Plate39147
Ditto Removing Wardrobe of Beds524118
Moletaker4010
Ratkiller1234
Nurseryman and pond keeper3000
Theatre keeper at Whitehall1500
Grooms of the King's Chamber255100
Ditto of Queen's Chamber7300
Gentlemen Ushers etc.286100
Messengers of the Chamber48676
Guards of the Body5,55000
King's watermen9326
Annuities and pensions62118
Payments on warrants of King etc.801107
Ditto of Lord Chamberlain909178
Housekeeper of Whitehall and under housekeepers of Hampton Court and Greenwich82557
Apothecaries' and surgeons' bills1,577117
Jewel House bills83184
Master of the Barges' bills548110
Messenger's bills406136
Ordinary allowances216134
14,638815,82671/8
1681, Sept. 29, to 1682, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
King's alms197120
Money out of the Receipt17,5147Clerk of the Closet800
Serjeant of the Vestry3000
Trumpeter3000
Musicians:
Violins5565
Wind583
Lutes etc.15747
King's and Queen's footmen68000
Falconers193109
Huntsmen42719
Yeomen of the Bows4113
Officers of the King's forests18864
Ditto of Jewel House1981211
Ditto of Removing Wardrobe41434
Moletaker6150
Ratkiller1542
Nurseryman and pond keeper52100
Theatre keeper3000
Messenger of the King's Chamber174126
Ditto of Queen's Chamber5000
Grooms of King's Chamber38350
Ditto of Queen's Chamber109100
Gentlemen Ushers etc.2491510
Groom Porter's men37100
Annuities or pensions2000
Watermen18650
Yeomen of the Guard4,162100
Payments by Council warrants33368
Ditto by Lord Chamberlain's warrants1,623134
Housekeepers at Windsor Castle and Hampton Court1,450186
Apothecaries' bill1,26989
Watermen's bills1,255130
Extraordinaries by Lord Chamberlain's warrant334100
Messengers of the Chamber's bills1,0621311
Ordinary allowances216134
17,514716,17415
1682, Sept. 29, to 1683, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS.ISSUES.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
King's alms19909
Money out of the Exchequer25,10011Closet keeper800
Serjeant of the Vestry6000
Trumpeters23000
Musicians:
Violins7391211
Wind583
Lutes etc24926
l. s. d. l. s. d.
King's and Queen's footmen 720 0 0
Falconers 182 7 5
Huntsmen of the Privy Buckhounds 162 14 2
Officers of forests 36 10 0
Ditto Jewels and Plate 92 9 7
Ditto Removing Wardrobe 532 5 0
Moletaker 8 1 8
Ratkiller 12 3 4
Pond keeper in St. James's Park 15 0 0
Theatre keeper at Whitehall 15 0 0
Grooms of the King's Chamber 246 7 6
Ditto of Queen's Chamber 73 0 0
Gentlemen Ushers etc. 55 13 4
Waiters on the Queen's Robes 20 0 0
Messengers of the King's Chamber 1,546 5 0
Ditto of the Queen's Chamber 50 0 0
Guard of the Body 5,550 0 0
Pensioners 24 6 8
Wate men 186 5 0
Payment by Council warrants 476 18 3
Ditto by Lord Chamberlain's warrants 3,650 15 9
Ditto to housekeepers and wardrobe keepers 473 12 10
Apothecaries' bills 370 6 7
Jewel House bills 30 15 2
Messengers' bills 276 7 4
Ordinary allowances 216 13 4
25,100 11 16,573 2
1683, Sept. 29, to 1684, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 16,831 6 King's alms 200 9 8
Serjeant of the Vestry 45 0 0
Trumpeters 115 0 0
Musicians:
Violins 194 7 1
Wind 23 5 5
Lutes etc. 51 4 7
King's and Queen's footmen 620 0 0
Falconers 393 18 7
Huntsmen 180 3 4
Officers of forests 36 10 0
Ditto of Removing Wardrobe 352 10 0
Locksmith 7 3 6
Moletaker 14 2 11
Ratkiller 6 1 8
Nurseryman and pond keeper 30 0 0
Theatre keeper 15 0 0
Coffer bearer 27 7 6
Bedgoers to the King 10 0 0
Ditto to the Queen 10 0 0
Waiters on the King's Robes 5 0 0
Ditto on the Queen's Robes 5 0 0
Grooms of the King's Chamber 9 2 6
Gentlemen Ushers etc. to the King 76 10 0
Ditto to the Queen 39 0 0
Groom Porter 30 0 0
Annuities or pensions 24 6 8
Messengers of the King's Chamber 835 14
Guard of the Body 6,579 2 4
Payments by warrant of the King, Council or Secretary of State 409 3 9
Ditto by warrants of the Lord Chamberlain 575 17 2
Payments to the housekeeper of Whitehall 206 11 0
Jewel House bills 43 3 4
Ordinary allowances 216 13 4
16,831 6 11,382 10 9
From 1684, Sept. 29, to 1685, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 14,893 16 King's alms 322 12 0
Serjeant Trumpeter 25 0 0
Musicians--Violins 390 10 0
King's and Queen's footmen 230 0 0
Falconers to Charles II 363 14 10
Ditto to James II 137 15 0
Huntsmen of the Privy Buckhounds, Foxhounds and Harriers 665 0 0
Officers of the King's forest 45 12 6
Officers of the Jewel House 95 11 3
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe 304 0 0
Physicians 347 5 0
Chirurgeons 273 12 1
Apothecaries 273 12 1
Moletaker 40 0 5
Ratkiller 12 0 10
Nurseryman and pond keeper 7 10 0
Theatre keeper 7 10 0
Rich coat keeper 5 0 0
Coffer bearers 13 13 9
Bedgoers 5 0 0
Waiters on the King's Robes 5 0 0
Messengers (Charles II) 87 5
Ditto (James II) 249 7 6
Grooms of the King's Chamber (James II) 100 0 0
Groom Porter 137 10 0
Gentlemen Usher to the House of Peers 27 7 6
Gentlemen Ushers etc. 47 0 0
Annuities and pensions 122 11 8
Watermen 51 13
Guard of the Body 4,140 0 0
Payments by warrant of the Lord Chamberlain 584 10 0
Wages of housekeepers, wardrobe keepers and gardeners 788 1 3
Payments by warrant of the Lord Chamberlain 1,079 4 3
Watermen's bills 572 18 0
Messengers' bills 1,997 9 5
Ordinary allowances 141 17 0
14,893 16 13,896 4 9

Table XI—Master of the Great Wardrobe.

(Ralph Montagu.)
From 1679, Michaelmas, to 1680, Michaelmas.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 10,011 0 0 Provisions and works for the Stables 2,749 2 10
Money received from Mr. Hewer, Treasurer of Tangier 1,500 0 0 Emptions and provisions by warrant of the King 9,525 11
Allowances and payments and liveries by royal patents and dormant warrants 3,088 18 5
Robes etc. of officers of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 129 17 6
Wages of officers of the Great Wardrobe 2,696 5 4
Annual payment to the Lord Chancellor 16 0 0
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
11,511 0 0 18,216 14
From 1680, Sept. 29, to 1681, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 11,706 8 0 Payments and allowances for the Stables 2,559 13 11
Money from Mr. Hewer, Treasurer of Tangier 944 10 0 Emptions and provisions by warrant of the King 9,026 6
Money from C. Bertie for the expense of adorning several rooms at Windsor by the King's special command 1,500 0 0 Liveries of officers of Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 129 17 6
Fees of officers of the Great Wardrobe 2,696 4 2
Lord Chancellor 16 0 0
Annual allowances 10 19 0
14,150 18 0 17,480 12
From 1681, Sept. 29, to 1682, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 12,231 19 4 Payments and allowances for the Stables 3,443 15 11
Emptions and provisions by royal warrant 10,203 7 1
Payments and allowances by patent and dormant warrant 3,478 17 5
Liveries for officers of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe 129 17 6
Salaries of officers of the Great Wardrobe 2,696 4 2
Lord Chancellor 16 0 0
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
12,231 19 4 19,979 1 1
From 1682, Sept. 29, to 1683, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 10,916 19 2 Emptions and provisions by royal warrant 2,881 5 4
Allowances and payments by royal warrant 3,005 0
Payments etc. by patents and dormant warrants 2,956 4 9
Liveries of the officers of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 129 17 6
Salaries of officers of the Great Wardrobe 1,795 2
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
10,916 19 2 10,778 8
From 1683, Sept. 29, to 1684, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 3,325 6 0 Emptions and necessaries by royal warrant 5,827 14
Money received from the Bishop of Sarum, Chancellor of the Garter, by royal warrant of 1684, April 4 535 0 0 Allowances and payments by patents and dormant warrants 5,752 3 10
Liveries of officers of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 216 12 0
Salaries and fees of the officers of the Great Wardrobe 620 5
Ordinary allowances 13 14 4
3,860 6 0 12,430 10 1
From 1684, Sept. 29, to 1685, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Receipt 10,718 10 0 Emptions and provisions and for the funeral of Charles II and Coronation of James II 9,284 16
Ditto for tapestry hangings in W. Hewer's hands 1,500 0 0 To W. Hewer for tapestries 1,500 0 0
Salaries of the officers of the Wardrobe 1,157 19 2
12,218 10 0 11,942 15

Table XII—Gentleman and Master of the Robes.

(Henry Sidney.)
1679, Lady day, to 1680, Lady day.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 5,000 0 0 Suits, cloaks and other apparel for the King's wear 1,415 11
Indian gowns 198 8 6
Riding caps 35 19 9
Night caps 16 0
Cloak bags 63 14 2
Orders for or upon coats and cloaks 67 15 0
Embroidery 53 4 4
Vermilion waste coats 89 5 0
Twilights, sweet bags and slippers 17 16 11
Periwigs 240 0 0
Belts 102 15 0
Hats (beavers and castors) 101 18 0
Shoes 126 7 0
Hose 173 9 0
Spurs and buckles 22 8 0
Swords 39 5 0
Clasps, plate buttons etc. 17 19 4
Gloves 74 4 0
Perfumes 20 4 0
Point lace and other lace 88 14 10
Silks, ribbons, lace etc. 92 14
Given to individuals towards their liveries 148 16 1
Stationery 8 0 0
Postage 2 3 0
Attendance 15 8 0
3,232 1
House rent 30 0 0
Payments by particular warrant 60 0 0
This Accomptant's annual fee 500 0 0
Auditor's allowance 10 0 0
5,000 0 0 3,832 1 7
From 1680, Lady day, to 1681, Lady day.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 5,000 0 0 Robes and apparel (details ut supra) 3,705 19
House rent 30 0 0
Exchequer fees 60 0 0
Auditor's fee 10 0 0
Accomptant's salary 500 0 0
5,000 0 0 4,305 19
From 1681, Lady day, to 1682, Lady day.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 5,000 0 0 Robes and apparel for the King and for sundry persons by the King's command (details ut supra) 5,566 18 10¼
House rent 30 0 0
Payments by particular warrant 60 0 0
Money remitted to this Accomptant by privy seal dated 1684, June 30 1,861 18 10
Accomptant's annual fee 500 0 0
Auditor's allowance 10 0 0
5,000 0 0 8,028 17
From 1682, Lady day, to 1685, Lady day.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 1,000 0 0 Robes and apparel etc. ut supra, for the year 1682, Lady day, to 1683, Lady day 7,137 12
Ditto for the year 1683, Lady day, to 1684, Lady day 6,726 12 1
Ditto for the year 1684, Lady day, to 1685, Lady day 6,782 17 0
House rent 90 0 0
Exchequer fees 40 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Accomptant's salary 1,500 0 0
1,000 0 0 22,307 1 10¾

Table XIII—Treasurer of Tangier.

From 1677–8, Jan. 1, to 1680, April 30.
(Samuel Pepys.)
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 142,633 16 8 Surplus of last account 4,281 16
l. s. d.
Voluntary charge 262 12 8 Supers imprested in last account 48,474 10 4
Ditto 725 7 9 Payments in England to Tangier officers and for clothes for recruits 8,690 10
Ditto from defalcations 1,492 11 3 Payments at Tangier by S. Pepys or P. Bowles his agent there (Amount not stated.)
Ditto from defalcations of Tangier garrison pay 3,511 17 0 Remainder of account lost and no duplicate of it surviving.
Overpayments 311 3
6,303 11 11½
148,937 8 Not totalled.
From 1680, April 30, to 1681, June 30.
(William Hewer.)
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 104,418 8 11 Charges of victualling Tangier Garrison 31,571 11
Voluntary charge (threepence allowed per piece of eight etc.) 368 18 5 Pay of Garrison 17,582 16 5
Office salaries and entertainments 567 10 0
Contingencies for the service of Tangier 12,233 4 11
Earl of Peterborough's pension 500 0 0
Moneys imprested to the Earl of Inchiquin, Col. E. Sackvill, Sir G. Wharton and R. Montagu 22,374 10
Supers 23,435 11
104,787 7 4 108,265 4
From 1681, June 30, to 1684, Mar. 25.
(W. Hewer.)
RECEIPTS.PAYMENTS.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Charges of victualling56,516157
Money out of the Exchequer142,591142Pay of officers, troops and soldiers62,638183
Money received from the Farmers of the Irish Revenue11,70000Office salaries and entertainments2,440168
Pensions4,50000
Voluntary charge (profit of threepences as above)135192Bounty and rewards to disabled soldiers871160
Overpayments10000
Payments for the Hospital at Tangier50000
Contingencies8,407174
Impressed to Col. Kirke10,64764
Exchequer fees and charges814122
Super on Sir Palmes Fairborne1,27246
Ditto on H. Shere for the Mole16,80611
Ditto on Shere and P. Bowles3,052100
Ditto on Sir J. Lanier2,30450
Ditto on Shere and Kirke6,83002
154,527134177,60313


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